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    Do You Need Insurance to Ride a Scooter in Maryland?

    It’s a sunny afternoon, and you are eager to explore the city streets on one of those new electric scooters you’ve seen zipping around lately. As you glide through traffic, enjoying the freedom of this trendy mode of transportation, anxiety begins to creep in. You start to wonder if you are riding it legally and […]

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    Do Suspended Licenses Show Up on Background Checks?

    Future employers and even dating partners are interested in confirming a person’s identity and knowing whether they’re hiring or dating someone who has been in trouble with the law. Today, background check services are available to everyone. But will a suspended license show on your future background check? If you’re concerned about a suspended driver’s […]

  • 5 Ways to Put Your Child’s Safety First During Baby Safety Month

    Whether you are a first-time parent or have just added another member to your growing family, keeping your baby safe is of the utmost importance when it comes to your priorities. As a parent, your baby becomes your world as you do everything in your power to keep them from harm. While no parent is […]

  • Will Self-Driving Cars Still Have to Be Insured under the Owner’s Auto-Insurance?

    Technological advancement is at the forefront of the automotive industry. With backup cameras, lane departure warning systems, and intelligent cruise control, cars now come equipped with many automated safety features. Once a futuristic concept, self-driving cars are becoming more common on America’s roads. While no cars today are 100% autonomous, there are still questions regarding […]

  • Top Reasons You Need an Attorney after a DUI in Maryland

    After a DUI arrest, you might find that loved ones want to give you advice on how to tackle your case; however, the only counsel you should consider is from a Maryland DUI attorney. Although it might sound like you could save money by representing yourself, investing in a competent defense lawyer will be extremely […]

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    Knowing the Difference Between a Bench and Jury Trial in Maryland

    In Maryland, there are two different ways your case can be tried in court: a bench trial in district court or a jury trial in circuit court. Knowing the difference between the two trials is vital when preparing your case. District courts generally handle misdemeanors and traffic violations. In contrast, circuit courts handle cases requested […]

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    How to Handle a Traffic Stop with Maryland Police

    Flashing red and blue lights in your rearview mirror while driving in Baltimore can make anyone feel uneasy. Maryland police officers cannot stop your vehicle unless they witness you break a traffic rule or have reasonable suspicion to believe that you are violating a law. However, a variety of circumstances and driving behaviors may constitute […]

  • Do I Need to Consent to Field Sobriety Tests in Maryland?

    Licensed drivers in Maryland provide consent to submit to breathalyzer tests if they are ever  suspected of DUI when they apply for their licenses with the DMV. Due to the implied consent law, drivers who refuse breath tests may face additional hardships upon a DUI arrest. While there is a penalty for refusing to take […]

  • Maryland Lawmaker Warns Real ID Requirements May Lead to License Confiscation

    Were you issued a Real ID by the state of Maryland? It turns out that some Real IDs may not be compliant with federal requirements due to a miscommunication between state and federal officials. If your license is confiscated by police at a traffic stop, here’s what you should know. What is a Real ID? […]

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    New Supreme Court Ruling Makes Pulling You Over Easier for Police

    It has long been too easy for police officers to stop drivers on the highway, even without sufficient reason to believe a violation occurred. The U.S. Supreme Court’s recent ruling has made these traffic stops now even more accessible for law enforcement. On April 6, an 8 to 1 Senate majority ruled that a police […]